Fleur de Lis pendant, shown here in silver and gold with my signature overflowing dots of diamonds, representing overflowing abundance.
- Sterling Silver with 18K gold dots of diamonds
- Approximately 25 pts
- G-VS diamonds
- 1.8" x 1.25"
- Loop at the back so you can change chance and cords to match outfits and moods.
There are so many available versions of the Fleur de Lis Collection. Here are a few pendant/ necklace examples:
- Pendant in 18K gold, all diamonds plus overflowing dots of diamonds: $5400
- Pendant in sterling silver with 18K gold dots of overflowing diamonds: $2450
- Mini Pendant 18K gold with overflowing dots of diamonds: $1250
- Mini Pendant 14K gold with overflowing dots of diamonds: $1050
- Mini Pendant Sterling Silver with 18K gold overflowing dots of diamonds: $650
A BIT OF QUIRKY HISTORY: The Fleur de Lis dates back to ancient Egypt, and has always represented power, enlightenment and good luck. It has also had some degree of mystery.
As the story goes, it was either Louis X or Louis XI who was about to lose France in a battle. He was out manned, our armed, the other army was better fed and stronger. The situation seemed hopeless. He put the already ancient symbol on his shield for power and luck, and to everyone's surprise, he won! Winning the battle and saving France, he attributed his victory to the power and luck brought to him by the symbol, and declared the Fleur de Lis to be the symbol of France. There was even a time in France when it was illegal for anyone other than nobility to show or wear the Fleur de Lis. This might explain why the symbol is now associated with class and elegance.
Another part of this which seems debating is whether Fleur de Lis means Flower of Louis (which was always my understanding) or just a lily flower.
What do you feel when you see the Fleur de Lis?